Now that Facebook has increased the limit of your photo albums to 200 you probably want to consolidate some of your other albums that you split into multiple parts. Here’s how you can do it without having to manually go through every individual photo:
1. Using Firefox, install the Greasemonkey Add-on.
2. Install the Facebook Album Merger script. (Credit goes to: Stonos)
3. Go to any Facebook album and on the “Edit Photos” page you’ll notice a new “Move all photos to” drop down menu.
4. Scroll to the bottom and click “Save”
While it may sound a little scary, it’s actually much quicker than going through every photo and definitely worth it. By the time you’re at the fourth picture someone could have this script installed and working. Pretty straightforward and very useful for getting rid of all those albums lying around named “Album (part 2)”.
Sometimes the dropdown doesn’t show up if the URL looks like this:
Just delete the “photos.php?d=0123456789#/” part and make sure it looks like this: